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Superior Charter Township District and Curriculum
The school districts that serve Superior Charter Township ensure that all students meet the expectations in the Michigan Merit Curriculum and are provided with meaningful opportunities to excel. The Michigan Merit Curriculum was designed so that elementary students would be able to master the fundamentals and then be introduced to more complicated topics and difficult skills during middle school. This prepares them for high school where they have more choices for specializing their education including dual credit options, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Superior Charter Township District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Superior Charter Township schools introduce the students to literature. They learn to examine the time periods and people that the stories are written around. Each of these works help the students become stronger writers. They also are able to make connections to other subject areas. For example, they may learn about the Elizabethan Era while studying Shakespeare. By combining subjects together like this it will help the students improve their understanding of both.
Superior Charter Township schools include world history in their Social Studies curriculum. Through this subject the students are introduced to different time periods, events and people throughout history. Some of the time periods include the Neolithic to the present time. They also discover the settlement of civilizations and learn about how communities were formed throughout the world. With this subject the students are able to compare and contrast civilization from the past with those of today.
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- National Honor Society - Students who demonstrate excellence in their academics may be nominated for the National Honor Society. This group helps students continuing on their path to achievement, and allows the students to work together on projects that are important to them at their school or in their community.
- Speech and Debate - Speech and Debate introduces students to the world of public speaking. Students improve their confidence in public speaking while they participate in competitions, either as a team or alone. They have several areas of which to choose, such as International Extemporaneous, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, expository speaking and many forms of dramatic monologues.
- FFA Organization - FFA is one of the largest youth organizations in the United States. At one times it was considered to be for those that were going to be farmers, or ranchers. Today it includes students who are interested in the study of food, fiber, natural resources, science, business and technology as well as agriculture. It also helps its members grow in leadership, personally and in career options.
Superior Charter Township Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Learning Styles
There are several different ways that students learn through school. Some learn by writing, listening, watching, or touching. The kinesthetic learner learns by moving things, or themselves as they experience education. These kids enjoy using manipulative and physically moving things. They also do very well when included in real-life action. By knowing how these students learn the best, educators, and parents, can help to excel in school. Teachers can add flexibility by incorporating activities that tick more than one box; for instance, putting on a skit can benefit all of the following strengths: verbal-linguistic (writing the script/dialogue), bodily-kinesthetic (using one’s body and props to act out the learning), and interpersonal (working with others).